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The Fog of War by Marlene Dumas

The Fog of War by Marlene Dumas

Composition Gallery

Mixed Media


Edition Size: 80 + 10 AP

Sheet Size: 45.7 X 35.6 cm


Condition: Pristine

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The complete portfolio of four digital prints in colors including text by the artist, on Hahnemüle paper, the full sheets, all contained in the original heavy card folio – All signed, titled, dated, and numbered – Published by Marcel Kalksma, Amsterdam. – Including: The Fog of War; Collateral Damage; Friendly Fire; and The Refugee

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The Artist

Marlene Dumas

Marlene Dumas is a South African-born artist and painter who now lives and creates her works in Amsterdam. In her early career, Dumas started by producing paintings, collages and installations. Now, her sole medium is oil on canvas and ink on paper. While studying at the University of Amsterdam, Dumas was painting with heads and figures as her subjects. After she had her first daughter, Dumas was inspired by the experience and began to focus on images associated with pregnancy and babies. In her depictions of new born babies, such as her piece titled ‘The First People’, Dumas creates raw images which are far from the interests of those who enjoy aesthetic art. Her pieces features babies with crinkly skin, inflated bellies and deformed fingers and toes.

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